By connecting with other people we reduce social isolation and help to support stronger neighbourhood and a sense of community.  Connections with nature are beneficial because it can give a focus away from every day worries.

How we can help you to be more connected:

  • Create and maintain your own wildlife garden: be connected on your doorstep and have a wildlife friendly garden with our top tips.
  • Take a guided walk: meet other people and gain a better understanding of the local area.  Have a look at our events page to see what guides walks are taking place.
  • Explore the reserves through our self-guided nature trails: link to your local reserve or explore further afield.  Details are available for each reserve including walking routes/trails, access information, whether dogs are allowed, and what to look out for. Visit our reserves page here or why not download our Ant Hill Trail.
  • Take part in our conservation work parties: link with other people on our practical volunteering tasks.  Have a look at our volunteering page to see when our work parties take place.
  • Learn about wildlife or learn a new skill: connect with like-minded people by attending a talk or take a course from a wide range of options – check out the event pages for talks, workshops and courses.
  • Use our explorer packs: From our centres pick up a pack to help you explore the area with a range of activities, including the snorkel trail and the seashore explorer packs.
  • Enjoy some therapeutic gardening:  join others and take part in the Greengage Project a therapeutic horticulture project.



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